Japanese goodies that all otakus should have in their collections

Japanese goodies that all otakus should have in their collections

In today's blog post, we will introduce you to several types of items that Japanese pop culture fans love. You can buy some of these products in our online shop. So don't hesitate to take a look if you want to see and get items only available in Japan.

Anime figures

All self-respecting anime fans should have figurines of their favorite characters! Until recently, it was difficult for otakus to live outside Japan to obtain figures of popular shonen or video game heroes. Because most Japanese figurine manufacturers, such as Bandai, Kotobukiya, or Medicom, only sold their creations in very limited quantities outside the Japanese archipelago. But that's no longer a problem!

Indeed, we offer figures from the most popular Japanese anime series on OMG Japan for a few months now. We invite you to take a look at our collection of Japanese figures. If you can't find what you are looking for on our webshop, you can also go to the page dedicated to anime figures on White Rabbit Express to discover the best sites where you can buy this type of goodies.


Dakimakura are large cushions with a length between 150 and 160 centimeters. Most often, they are covered with a blanket representing an anime character. These products have become popular in the bedrooms of otakus who buy them in specialized shops, such as those located in Akihabara.

OMG Japan does not sell dakimakura at the moment. To learn more about these giant pillows, you can take a look at the page dedicated to Dakimakura on White Rabbit Express. You will learn more about these goodies and the Japanese online shops where you can buy them.


Doujinshis are works inspired by popular anime or Japanese video game licenses but made by fans. This type of work is very popular in Japan, where many shops have specialized in this niche. The shops in the Akihabara district, the electric city of Tokyo, as well as the Comiket,  stands in Ariake, still in the Japanese capital city, are renowned for giving these amateur artists a prominent place.

OMG Japan does not sell any such creations, but you will find a page about doujinshi on White Rabbit Express. The proxy shopping service even explains how to buy products of this type on sites such as Melonbooks or Comic Toranoana.

I hope this article has given you some ideas on how to improve your collection. In any case, we remain at your disposal if you wish to purchase Japanese products that are difficult to obtain outside Japan.

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  • Michael Da Silva